Dr. Zuraeda Ibrahim
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||Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM)
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|Field of Expertise
Assoc. Prof. Dr Zuraeda Ibrahim is currently an Associate Professor at Faculty of Accountancy, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia, Council Member of Malaysian Institute of Accountant, Malaysian Association of Tax Accountants (M.A.T.A) – Supreme Council and actively involved with research, innovation and consultation works. Currently she is the head of ACUiTM Centre for Taxologists (ACT), a unit that has been established to enhance educational programs in taxation for undergraduates and graduate levels across Malaysia as well as the public via significant connections with both professional tax and the academic tax community. Additionally, ACT is a one-stop centre for tax related research and publication activities. Previously, Dr Eda has conducted two (2) research projects with Bank Negara Malaysia (Central Bank of Malaysia); involved in developing accounting software named as Creative Accounting Detection Systems, a project funded by Ministry of Education; and being appointed as consultant by the Enforcements & Inspectorate Division, Private Higher Education Management (PPTS), Department of Higher Education, Ministry of Education Malaysia, and with Commissioner of Buildings, of several Municipal Councils. She has also served as a trainer for various training programmes with government agencies; Central Bank of Malaysia, Ministry of Health, and Selangor State Treasury to name a few. Her research interests include Taxation, Accounting Education, Islamic Perspective of Accounting, Islamic Finance, Microfinance, Financial Accounting and Reporting, and Accounting Information Systems. Since year 1997, she has taught various subjects, namely Malaysian Taxation, Advanced Malaysian Taxation, Management Accounting, Costing, Financial Accounting for Non-Accounting Students, Computerised Accounting, Accounting Information System, Accounting System Analysis and Design, Tax Fraud and Investigation, Contemporary Issues in Taxation.